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Grab and Go Kid's Planner, May 25th

Snag a seat at Cheney Stadium for a Tacoma Rainiers baseball game. You might even get a photo with Rhubarb, the team's mascot.

Tacoma Rainiers

When/Where: 7:05 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday evening at Cheney Stadium in Tacoma.

Why Go: Peanuts, Cracker Jacks, hot dogs, baseball and Rhubarb are guaranteed fun for the whole family. Cheney renovated and the seats are affordable. What's spring without America's favorite game?

Price: $7 to $25 per seat.

Morgan Family YMCA Dance

When/Where: 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday evening at the Pantages Theater.

Why Go: Morgan Family YMCA Dance Department presents“It's Showtime," a presentation of dance entertainment through film, television, musical theater, books, sports, opera’s, ballets, music, and musical artists. Come join in the showcase of dance through all art mediums.

Price: $8 for ages 12 and under; $13 for others.

When/Where: 6-7 p.m. Thursdays at the Gig Harbor Library.

Why Go: Chess builds brain power with problem solving and strategy skills in a fun but competitive atmosphere. Twenty minutes of game introduction is followed by 40 minutes of gameplay.

Price: Free and open to all from kindergarten to eighth grade.

When/Where: 10 a.m. Saturday at Skansie Brothers Park.

Why Go: This free event is one of the largest street scrambles in the region. Gig Harbor Street Scramble is a treasure hunt throughout the community directing participants to 30 locations on a map. Participants choose to do the event in either 90 minutes or three hours on foot or bike, individually or as a team.

Price: Free.

When/Where: 7 p.m. Friday at Pacific Lutheran University's  Lagerquist Concert Hall.

Why Go: Teen writers and artist submitted their creative works for Pierce County Library System’s Teen Writing & Art Contest – Our Own Expressions. Writers and artists will be showcasing their winning pieces. Local and young art appreciation may ignite a spark of inspiration in your young one.  

Price: Free.

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